The Catalyst Christian Learning Center is a non-profit program that teaches public high school students Biblically based courses during school hours. White County students are able to receive elective credit at the high school for our courses.
We currently offer six different courses: Old Testament, New Testament, Boundaries and Relationship Skills,
World Religions, Financial Freedom and Leadership Development.
It is our goal to minister to every student in White county and show them what it means to be a true follower of Christ. We seek to glorify God in all we do and teach our students to do the same in their own lives.
Daniel (aka P. Dan) has been in passionate pursuit of captivating students’ attention through an encounter with Christ since accepting the call into ministry at the age of fifteen. Through serving in capacities such as Youth Pastor, Coach, Christian School Administrator, Senior Pastor, and Regional Youth Director for the Church of God, Daniel has more than twenty-five years of experience ministering to young people and their families.
He and his wife, Julie, have been ministering together since their marriage in 1998. They are blessed with seven children, three daughters and four sons. Embracing every opportunity, Daniel and Julie have endeavored to build relationships with individuals of all ages and minister to them in any capacity available!
Daniel holds a Bachelor of Science in Biblical Studies with a minor in Ministry and loves the challenge of bringing the Bible to life for all ages!
CCLC is a non-profit 501(c)3, special purpose school that teaches the Bible to public school and homeschooled students during the school day for elective credit. White County Christian Learning Center (WCCLC) was established in August, 2004 under the umbrella of Eagle Inc.
A group of citizens from the White County community formed a steering committee in March 2004 to develop a plan to implement Released Time classes for White County High School Students. The first classes were held on August, 2004, with 17 students, and steadily grew. In 2009, the WCCLC decided to incorporate and withdrew from its parent organization, Eagle Inc. The WCCLC was renamed the Catalyst Christian Learning Center, Inc.